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PRA seals & suspend NP Brookfields Gas Station

Breaking News‼️ PRA seals & suspend NP Brookfields Gas Station The NP petroleum station  at Brookfields, Kinghaman Road Freetown, has been sealed and license suspended for a deliberate refusal to sell to the public violating the petroleum laws of Sierra Leone.  The statuon refused to sell out fuel to the public as on the process being caught up on the  supervision by the Chairman of the Petroleum Regulatory Agency (PRA), during the investigation as to why they're refusing to sell out to the public, findings came out that they have a Suffient products as follows:  Petrol: 14,800 liters,  10,000 in BRV, 4,800 liters underground. Diesel: 2,200 liters


 SIERRA LEONE INDEPENDENCE DAY       THE PLOT BY SL NEWS BLOG   Today is our country's independence day. After 150 years of British colonial misrule, Sierra Leone has been officially ruled by Sierra Leoneans for 61 years....yes, I said misrule because if the British colonial masters' goals and objectives were not focused on exploitation and the extraction of our resources to build their country, our country should've had invincible foundations that not even an atomic bomb could easily destroy. Our forebears took over Sierra Leone from the British colonial overlords after it had been massively robbed, inhabitants had been heavily exploited, and our people's brains had been firmly conditioned. Indeed, have we considered changing Sierra Leone's name to something more locally significant and capable of directly representing the people of Sierra Leone? The origins of the country's name are murky at best. It's even possible that Pedro de Sintra never


THE WINNER FOR APRIL 25TH COMPETITION!! Today we have another story. It's an intellectual game where all you have to do is pick up where the tale left off. Expand on the explanation in your own words, but don't go too far from the topic.                            𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐏𝐋𝐎𝐓 Shell New Road is Kissy's core and business district in Freetown. Almost all home utensils are sold there, as well as a variety of essential services such as printing presses, hospitals, and gasoline stations. The mobility of certain hustlers who claim to offer transportation service is one of the most fascinating characteristics of Shell New Road that I always enjoy. I was once on my way to Bo and needed to stop in Shell to board a vehicle. My first choice was to take the government bus service for safety grounds. Sooner When I got to Shell New Road, one of these touters came up to me and said, "Bo?, Bo?, Bo?" I said Yes, I'm heading to Bo; nevertheless, I would want to u

Sierra Leoneans are very creative...

We can rarely develop unique content in Sierra Leone, which is why much of the content uploaded by numerous bloggers is copied and pasted. We shouldn't debate politics all of the time, but I do occasionally incorporate some learning exercises. Today, I brought an intellectual game in which a tale will be told, and commenters will be able to continue from where the story ends, expanding on the message while staying within the same premise. Despite the low level of interaction today, Ibrahim Sagestine Gandi won the challenge by giving us the most fascinating explanation, and his award was successfully delivered to him. Read below the full story.... Let's play a game: read this short story, pick up where it left off, and see who can come up with a better and more intriguing version. However, make sure you don't stray too far from the topic sentence.  SL News Blog will provide 5gb Africell data to the person who has the most exciting continuation from where the tale ends.      

President Bio's popularity grows in the Bo District.

President Bio's popularity grows in the Bo District.                     Bo City Clock Tower   The next general election is approaching, and my current blogging activities have focused on determining how well the current government and president are liked at the district level. It's important to note that my analysis isn't based on hearsay or social media hype; instead, I've traveled across the country to gather firsthand data on the topics I'll be discussing.         SL News Blog CEO in Jimmi Bagbo   Let's begin by looking at the Bo District. I've traveled from Chiefdom to Chiefdom, section to section, town to town, and village to village throughout the Bo District. Even though not every location was visited, the main points were chosen at random, which should be sufficient to reduce the inaccuracy of my data.                       Sumbuya Lugbu   During my visits to various locations in Bo District, I saw numerous develo

The Son of APC Sembu Forna attacked Mende, Shebro and Kissy People

The person who taped the derogatory audio against the Mende, Shebro, and Kissy has been identified. He is a direct descendant of late APC senior politician Sembu Fornah. The late Sembu Fornah received his education in the South, at Koyeima and The Bo School, and even married a woman who was thought to be a Shebro.                       Late Sembu Forna   What prompted this guy to make such disparaging remarks about the Mendes, Shebros, and Kissy? Furthermore, I must understand that Sulaiman is in no better condition in Australia, and that he cannot afford to stay alone and must stay with his sister. Despite his father's wealth, Sulaiman failed to take serious matters seriously. While his brothers and sisters were doing better, he was left stranded. When his sister applied for a refugee program on his behalf, he moved to Australia.                         Sulaiman Forna   What has made him frustrated and angry at innocent people is that during the APC regime,

As AGU set the records straight, IGP Sovula and others exonerated

As AGU set the records straight, IGP Sovula and others exonerated By Kembay A release and a Certificate of Registration from the Chief Executive of the Africa Graduate University (AGU) Dr Henry D Egessa has justified the institution legal authority and operations, thereby exonerating the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dr. Ambrose Michael Sovula, Professor Mohamed Yamba Bangura and Hon Paran Tarawallie . According to the release, the Africa Graduate University (AGU) is an online University and a legal entity registered by the Government of Uganda with a certificate of incorporation (REG 80010003632175 (Under Section 18(3) of the Company Act of 2012. AGU the release clearly stated has relationship with Dominion Christian University (DCU-SL) in either Sierra Leone or elsewhere. AGU-International The release said is accredited by Accreditation Services for International Schools, Colleges and Universities - ASIC in the United Kingdom. (A global Accreditation Insti

Dr. Prince Harding Reacts

DR. PRINCE ALEX HARDING'S RESPONSE TO A POLITICALLY MOTIVATED ATTACK WITH REGARDS TO SIERRATEL. It’s a pity that the writer of this piece is ascribing to the simple adage that “there may be a limit in intelligence but, there is no limit in d level of stupidity “Every piece of his statements about my person & d process of awarding the concession agreement to SENTINEL, is not only erroneous, caustic, malicious, derogatory & self-defeating but a calculated ploy to undermine the good effort of this government. The juvenile nature of d writer’s person is smack of a mercenary or at worst a graduate of DOMINION UNIVERSITY or a mentally disorganized person. I will like to remind the writer & his cohorts, that anyone that is one, knows me that I do my duties above board with d philosophy of “do the right thing & damn the consequences “. Second, I always ensure that whatever I do in private, I shall b able to defend in public. My longevity in public life has been


REVIVAL OF SIERRATEL  The National Commission for Privatisation (NCP) came into being through an Act of Parliament in 2002, Act No.12 2002. Among its varied functions, NCP is expected to act as a prudent shareholder of State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) listed in the Act with the mandate to supervise, monitor, and increase private sector investment in State Owned Enterprises with the following aims: - Efficiency in service delivery - Reducing fiscal burden on Government - creating  jobs and  - Reduction of poverty especially within the rural areas Over the years, the Commission has assessed the performance of SOEs especially SIERRATEL which is the current subject matter and has realized a systematic failure in its performance. It is evident that since 2016 to date, their financial and technical performances exhibit a frightening picture, viz: • regularly applying to the Ministry of Finance for bail outs • massive reduction in revenue generated since 2016 • increase in liability


THE OTHER SIDE OF EBK AKA OLOKODO! By: Paul Mandela Kamara  Shabazz, that press release from State House on the expulsion and dismissal of veep Sumana; and the persecution Sam went thru shows the length at which EBK can go to destroy his perceived enemies. But EBK said so at the Makeni imposition: ( which displayed the height of tyranny, despotism, injustice; and the naked imposition of a culture of fear and silence); that his smile should never be taken for granted; and for the rest of mankind not to tempt him to show his true nature. And the few radicals in the party were openly warned that: orinch nor dae born lem; meaning, that those who posed a challenge to his one-party, selective system do so at their peril! This was a similar narrative made by Alpha Karr recently. "Sam Sumana begged everybody even lying down on the floor holding the feet of influential people to beg the president on his behalf. The president couldn't take calls from Sam Sumana. He was not o

President Bio Launches $60M Health Project

STATE HOUSE President Bio Launches $60M Health Project By: Zacharia Jalloh President Dr Julius Maada Bio has just launched the Sierra Leone Quality Essential Health Services and Systems Support Project at an auspicious occasion at State House.  The project is a Government project that is funded by World Bank. The Project will target 5 Districts -. Bonthe, Tonkolili, Kailahun, Falaba and Western Area Rural. It aims at reducing maternal mortality rate from 717 per 100,000 to less than 300 per 100,000 in those districts. The Country Manager of World Bank Mr. Abdu Muwonge in his statement commended government's commitment to improving the health sector and assured government of the Bank's support to the project. The Minister of Health and Sanitation Dr. Austin Demby assured citizens that every penny meant for the project will be utilized for the intended purpose. He disclosed that, the support from World Bank is not a repayable loan. President Bio continues